In the most common sense, aiding and abetting is the act of helping a person commit a crime and or avoid police after committing a crime. To be guilty of Augusta aiding and abetting, you do not need to have even been present at the time the crime was committed. You only need to have offered advice, insistence, or help of some sort that allowed the crime to be carried out.
If you are suspected of aiding and abetting a Augusta Maine criminal, it is important to seek Augusta Maine legal help from an experienced Augusta criminal defense lawyer who can help you avoid a conviction. Even simply helping a person carry out a crime, or harboring someone who has committed a crime, can result in severe consequences such as jail time and/or fines. An attorney who knows and understands your rights will be able to protect you and may even be able to help you get the charges dropped before the case goes to court.
Please visit Augusta Maine Aiding and Abetting for any help and more information, or call us directly at 800-270-8184